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5 drinks that help you lose weight more effectively

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Liquid diets can can be very effective when losing weight. They provide fewer calories to consume. But do they really work? The answer may surprise you.

5 drinks that will help you lose weight

1. Ice Cold Water

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You should drink eight glasses of water every day anyway, for you overall health. But did you know that you’ll burn an extra 200 calories a day by doing this? In order to heat the ice cold water to your body temperature, your body has to burn calories or fat. This will add up over time if you drink Ice cold water everyday.

2. Milk

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Milk is high in calcium, This boosts weight loss by increasing the breakdown in fat cells. You don’t have to drink eight glasses of milk everyday. Just add it to your diet occasionally, and in moderation, and you’ll double the rate of fat you lose.

3. Green Tea

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Drinking three to five cups of green tea everyday increases your metabolism. You’ll burn 35 to 40 percent more fat during the day. Green Tea also has two additional advantages. It keeps your digestive system working properly, and it reduces your cravings for sweets.

4. Soy Protein Shakes

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The main reasons soy protein shakes are good weight loss drinks is because they speed up your metabolism by preserving and building muscle.

5. Vegetable and Fruit Juice

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Drinking a glass of vegetable juice or fruit juice before your meals may cause you to eat less and consume 135 less calories. You can buy vegetable or fruit juice, or you can make it with a fruit and vegetable juicer, which is recommended. Adding a couple of glasses of water before your meals will also make you eat much less so you lose more weight.

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